Jan. 19 (UPI) -- The Portland Trail Blazers will be without shooting guard C.J. McCollum for at least four weeks after he sustained a left foot fracture and a midfoot sprain, the team announced.
McCollum sustained the injuries in the first half of the Blazers' win over the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday in Portland, Ore.
"Further imaging reveals C.J. McCollum with a small hairline fracture to the lateral cuneiform [bone] in his left foot and a midfoot sprain," the Blazers tweeted early Tuesday morning. "McCollum will wear a walking boot and be re-evaluated in four weeks."
The Blazers said an MRI on Sunday confirmed the left foot sprain. They updated McCollum's status Tuesday to include the fracture.
McCollum has averaged a career-high 26.7 points and five assists through 13 games this season. He also has logged 3.4 rebounds and 1.3 steals per game.
Feb. 13 would be four weeks from the date McCollum sustained the injuries. The Blazers have a home game Feb. 12 and then play six of their next seven games on the road.
McCollum will miss more than a dozen games before he is re-evaluated.